There are pharmacological evidences that A(2B) receptors are involved in inflammatory processes, such as asthma. For this reason, many efforts has been made for identifying selective A(2B) antagonists as anti-asthmatic agents. The updated material related to this field has been rationalised and arranged in order to offer an overview of the topic.

A(2B) adenosine receptor antagonists: Recent developments

CACCIARI, Barbara;
2005

Abstract

There are pharmacological evidences that A(2B) receptors are involved in inflammatory processes, such as asthma. For this reason, many efforts has been made for identifying selective A(2B) antagonists as anti-asthmatic agents. The updated material related to this field has been rationalised and arranged in order to offer an overview of the topic.
Cacciari, Barbara; Pastorin, G; Bolcato, C; Spalluto, G; Bacilieri, M; Moro, S.
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